Arsenal's youngsters took home the Herbert Chapman Trophy after two goals in the last 15 minutes gave them victory over Huddersfield at the Galpharm Stadium tonight.
The match was held to celebrate Huddersfield's centenary, with the cup named after the legendary manager of both clubs in the 1920s and 30s.
James Berrett gave the hosts the lead after 75 minutes but Sanchez Watt quickly equalised and Nacer Barazite grabbed the winner three minutes from time.
Justin Hoyte denied Luke Beckett with a last-ditch saving tackle when the striker was clean through on goal with quarter of an hour gone.
Theo Walcott - the only household name given a run-out by Arsene Wenger - was then denied by an impressive double stop by Terriers keeper Matt Glennon but the hosts gave as good as they got.
The second half saw more Gunners youngsters given a chance but it was Huddersfield who took the lead 15 minutes from time through teenager Berrett's deflected shot.
That was harsh on Arsenal, who had the better of things in the second half, but they only had to wait a matter of minutes to get their equaliser through Watt.
Penalties would have decided the match had it finished level but that outcome was avoided as Glennon failed to hold Barazite's shot.
Huddersfield 1 Arsenal 2